Worship with us. Sunday mornings at 10:30 a.m.
We are a welcoming church
Open to the future
Extending Christ’s footsteps into the world.
Admiral Church is an Open and Affirming Congregation of the United Church of Christ.
A visitor recently commented after worship that Admiral Church is unusually “intimate.”
In architecture. In congregational response to one another. In the style of worship reflecting such a close relationship between pastor and people.
We strive to express this “intimacy” in our welcoming of the stranger,
inviting newcomers to help shape our life together and inviting others
to join with us in working for justice.
Our Beliefs and Core Values express our passion for our understanding of the church
and the unique witness we are committed to make. A sampling of what we believe:
We believe that God creates all people, offering each one of us abundant gifts
and a love that knows no end. As followers of Jesus Christ, we are called to live in
this world and not withdraw from it, reflecting God’s love to others…
We welcome, celebrate and give thanks for the diversity among us. All people
are respected and treasured for their varied life stages, marital statuses, physical
and mental abilities, gender identities, races, sexual orientations, economic diversity
and cultural backgrounds…
Come and experience a community of faith that truly believes you are valued just as you are.
We would love to get to know you.
Meet Master Quilter Larry Warrick on Sunday, Feb. 22 during our church lunch.Larry has-quilted over 200 quilts in fifty years of passionate quilting.A Ohio native, his aunt taught him to quilt at age 14.Residing is Seattle since 1968, he worked at Boeing and taught quilting at three community colleges.
An award winner at every level including a national ribbon in 1989, he was published in "Great American Quilts" in 1991 for a self designed quilt featuring over 3000 pieces.
A public reception willbe held onFeb. 22 from 2-4 pm.Larry has generously allowed Admiral Church to exhibit a sampling of his work through February, 2015.